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office, and who's already won on facebook? >>> plus charlie sheen finally goes too far for the producers of his top rated tv show. your first look at entertainment is straight ahead. how are you getting to a happier place? running there? dancing there? how about eating soup to get there? campbell's soups fill you with good nutrition, farm-grown ingredients, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. >>> welcome back inform "first look." i'm lynn berry. it's time for first look entertainment news. when it comes to charlie sheen, cbs and warner brothers have had it. last night the companies jointly announced production on "two and a half men" is over for the season, blaming sheen's, "statements, conduct, and decisions." it reverses a statement that earlier announced the production would resume and came after another rambling radio interview in which
one sitcom. you won't believe what charlie sheen had to say this time. but let's start with libya because as it spirals out of control, the wave of unrest sweeping through the middle east is leading to massive protests ç today. hundreds of thousands of people all around the region this morning. take a look at the scene in iraq where they are demanding better services from government. in bahrain near record pro democracy protests for the second time this week. major demonstrations in yemen as well as egypt. now some americans frantically trying to get out of libya are heading for the island of malta, scheduled to arrive in the next hour two. they are leaving behind a chaotic scene as libyan leader moammar gadhafi is showing more signs of desperation. check this out. libyan state tv has been running what it calls confessions from youth who claim drugs that led them to rise up. that's what gadhafi claimed was going on. off camera you can actually hear someone telling them what to say. nbc's richard engel is on the ground in libya with the latest for us. >> reporter: benghazi is the
it socially, then go for it. but not a lot of people can, you know 1234? >> charlie sheen goes on another radio rant about drugs, and hear what he had to say about lindsay lohan, coming up. >>> hollywood remembers an actor on "seinfeld" who passed away. >>> plus coming up at 4:30, the serious risks of blindness if ♪ [ female announcer ] starbucks via is planted the same... ♪ ...harvested the same... ♪ ...and roasted the same as our other premium coffees. it only makes sense it would taste the same. so, try it for yourself. buy a pack of 100% natural starbucks via ready brew. we promise you'll love it or we'll send you a bag of starbucks coffee. it's the starbucks via taste promise. look for it where you buy groceries. >>> the answer is machine. >> yeah. i'll ring in on that. the question is, who wins when men compete against a super computer? watson, the ibm super compute, beat two of the best "jeopardy" players ever, by a huge margin. ken jennings has the longest ever "jeopardy" winning streak, and brad rutter has won the most money ever. but the two men were no match for watson. >
thought a little bit of instant coffee could cause this kind of chaos? >>> and charlie sheen goes off on his own gadhafi style rant, causing them to pull the plug on "two and a half men." the question is has charlie sheen been drinking nescafe recently? it's way too early for this. >>> mike barnicle in for willie geist. this is the final chapter of way too elderly, the show that praise to god almighty that the rain doesn't delay my flight back to boston later today. i'm glad you're up with us watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot us an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com and let us know why you're awake right now. or you can do what emilio esteves' brother does and test the word awake and your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for thisç friday, february 25th. there's a lot going on today, including word that general david petraeus has ordered an investigation into allegations that the u.s. army used psy-ops on senators to boost the war in afghanistan. >>> plus what do you do when
. >> charlie sheen let's loose on a radio interview leading cbs to shut down his hit series. hear more of his bizarre comments coming up on "jansing and company". [ man ] ♪ trouble ♪ trouble, trouble trouble, trouble ♪ ♪ trouble been doggin' my soul ♪ since the day i was born ♪ worry ♪ oh, worry, worry worry, worry ♪ [ announcer ] when it comes to things you care about, leave nothing to chance. travelers. take the scary out of life. her morning begins with arthritis pain. that's a coffee and two pills. the afternoon tour begins with more pain and more pills. the evening guests arrive. back to sore knees. back to more pills. the day is done but hang on... her doctor recommended aleve. just 2 pills can keep arthritis pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol. this is lara who chose 2 aleve and fewer pills for a day free of pain. and get the all day pain relief of aleve in liquid gels. >>> the military says wilt investigate allegations that a big time general ordered the use of mind tricks on u.s. senators. those allegations coming out and i bombshell rolling stone article.
-year-old twins. not a good situation. >> steve: yeah. so anyway, the charlie sheen saga continues. join the weekend folks for "fox & friends" this weekend. they kick things off tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. 'til 10:00 a.m. eastern time. >> gretchen: have a fantastic weekend. >> steve: bye-bye. go on a friday morning. it all came down to a dramatic late night vote. >> 61 ayes, the bill has passed, 69. all in favor, say aye, all opposed say nay, the ayes have it, the bill is in the senate, the assembly is adjourned. bill: what a scene that was! in madison, wisconsin. republicans in the state assembly, catching democrats off guard passing a controversial budget bill, but that battle not over yet. we're not awaiting a move in the senate in washington where democrats are still blocking action by not showing up for work. the governor scott walker, a republican, warning that chamber has to vote today or there will be massive layoffs of public employees. we have reached that point, everybody. good morning, welcome here. i'm bill hemmer, live in "america's newsroom". here we go, martha. martha: good mor
to demand the removal of qaddafi? a fair and balanced discussion next. >>alisyn: and charlie sheen is ranting. >> they look at their loser lives and they say, i can't process it, well, know, you never well, stole trying, just it is back and enjoy the show. >>alisyn: he is partying it up in the bahamas and the crew of the show is now out of work. [ robin ] quality and reliability are more than words here. it's personal. i have diabetes. so i'm proud to manufacture the accu-chek aviva meters and test strips here in the usa. and now we put a prescription discount card in every box so you'll pay no more than $15 on tt strips, which is a true american value foreople with dbetes likee. [ male announcer ] accu-chek aviva. born in the usa. >>clayton: president obama ending cooperation with libya and freezing the family assets. the president is pushing unilateral sanctions but does that go far enough? here for a fair and balanced debate is a democratic strategist and former minnesota senator coleman. senator, let me start with you, the president has been receiving some criticism to his resp
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're going to need it. >> you heard that conversation yesterday. danny bonaduce's advice to charlie sheen. the question is, will they follow it? he seems to have a lot of time on his hands. what his bosses at cbs are doing today. brooke anderson is next with that. uh, i'm in a timeout because apparently riding the dog like it's a small horse is frowned upon in this establishment! luckily though, ya know, i conceal this bad boy underneath my blanket just so i can get on e-trade. check my investment portfolio, research stocks... wait, why are you taking... oh, i see...solitary. just a man and his thoughts. and a smartphone... with an e-trade app. ♪ nobody knows... [ male announcer ] e-trade. investing unleashed. >>> time for what's trending. it looks like charlie sheen is headed back to work at the end of this month. "entertainment weekly" is reporting that production will resume on february 28th. sheen surprised many people on monday calling into syndicated radio show for an erratic 28-minute conversation. well, guess what? charlie sheen picked up the phone, he called back to the same sh
the influence of hallucination pills. charlie sheen boarded a plane for libya. >> if we gave out whacko of the week awards, moammar gadhafi should get it, right? how could he not with his ra rambling ridiculous chants. no one is asking the queen of england to step down and she has ruled longer than he has. blah, blah blah. just when you thought it couldn't get any nuttier than the colonel, sheen happens. charlie sheen. unloaded a rant so ugly, so bizarre, that cbs actually pulled the plug on "two and a half men" for the season. yes, they did it, despite big ratings, despite big success, executives caved in and canned it. why? well, sheen on a radio show slammed the show's creator chuck lore. they are apparently in happier times. take a listen. >> i embarrassed him in front of his children and the world by healing at a pace that his unevolved mind cannot process. i've spent, i think, close to the last decade, i don't know, effortlessly and magically converting your tin can into pure gold. >> hold on. there is more. sheen who is phoning in from the bahamas where he is chilling with a coup
't get enough of. charlie sheen opens up to our own jeff rothson. wait until you hear what he says. you cannot make it up. >> you cannot. >> let's start with libya. white house is -- the rebel forces. the city essentially locked down by pro-gadhafi forces. secretary of state hillary clinton is in geneva. she's offering limited sanctions with even tougher measures. jim aceda is in tripoli. what's the situation now in how tense? all right. it looks like we have audio problems. upon this has not been easy broadcasting in and out of libya. i'm told that we can go to stephanie goss. >> he's in benghazi where rebels have controlled the city. stephanie, let's get to you first. i the question is whether or not the rebels can piece together some sort of government if gadhafi does go. >> reporter: they are trying to do that, savannah. there are two different governments trying to be formed in benghazi, you have the municipal government and the local government trying to open up banks here and get life back to some semblance of normalcy and then you have the former justice minister. he resigned, y
the conservative political action conference in moments. >> clayton: listen to this, charlie sheen taking a break from rehab to preach the dangers of drugs at a college baseball practice, along with the benefits of chocolate milk. he brought a whole jug of chocolate milk, you've got to hear this one. "fox & friends" rolls on this sunday right now. ♪ >> good morning everybody, thanks for joining us on this day for valentine's day. i'm sure you're ready for the big holiday, you're gearing up as are we and that's stunning. >> yeah, on twitter, she wrote she loves the tulip over my shoulder. that's from me. >> dave: we're going to and your questions about love and relationships. i know, clayton, you have so many questions. >> clayton: i do. >> dave: we're going to save them for the viewers. >> alisyn: i'll log on to the twitter as ali at fox and send your love questions. >> clayton: and send your e-mails and we'll have our advice guy answer them for you. >> dave: start with what's happening in egypt in tahrir square. celebration has given way to confuse. it's the beginning of the work week and the
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pulls the plug on "two and a half men" for the rest of the season after charlie sheen's latest interview. >>> birthday time now, who's celebrating today -- we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] from maryland to the mall and beyond, it's easy to spot a capital one bank. ♪ ♪ ♪ the most branches and atms in the dc area. one near you. [ all ] what's in your wallet? >>> welcome back to 9news now. it is 5:44 this friday morning, good to have you with us. howard bernstein is here with the forecast. deal with it. >> soggy this morning. and then by this afternoon, we'll dry out. but the winds are going to start to kick in. in fact, already to western sections where the wind advisory has been upgraded to a wind warning out to the shenandoah valley. for us, around 11:00 a.m. wind advisory for three hours and then wind warning 2:00 to 7:00. >> later this afternoon. >> almost like some -- >> yeah, when you talk 40, 50, 60-mile an hour wind gusts, that will cause problems with tree branches coming down and power outages just like last week. >> and maybe flights leaving from the area airport. >
. an icon to dodgers fans across the country. >> unbelievable. we haven't talked about charlie sheen yet. i cannot believe, could this guy do more to self-destruct? he is going out of his way, mika, to blow himself up. does he not realize he still has 20 or 30 years possibly in the industry? >> i can't imagine cbs isn't doing everything they can to try and keep him on the air and help him. >> you read the reports, les munez went over to his place, said, go into rehab, take care of yourself. >> he says the problem isn't him, it's all of us. >> oh, that's -- >>> also, mark halperin's political stories driving the stories of the week. >> because we locked a hooker in the bathroom. >> willie, you shouldn't have done that. >> keep it on "morning joe." [ female announcer ] now, give dry, damaged hair a whole new life! with aveeno nourish plus moisturize. active naturals wheat formulas target and help repair damage in just 3 washes. for softer, stronger... ... hair with life. [ female announcer ] visit aveeno.com to save on nourish plus. for softer, stronger... ... hair with life. when your eyes a
said he didn't go to her birthday party because it was at a bar and knew it wasn't right. charlie sheen, speaking out. the man is in home rehab and now he's calling into radio stations, on the dan patrick show, insisting he's ready to go back to work. >> how did you lose your voice? >> i went back to work. i was banging on the door, where is everybody? i don't know what happened. i guess they're closed. >> they won't let you back in? >> i -- nobody told me. nobody told me. i figured, i'm supposed to go back to work because i'm ready. >> you're on hiatus. >> new york we're in forced hiatus. nobody's there. i don't know what to tell you. i'm here, i'm ready. they're not. bring it. >> let me set the record straight for charlie sheen. i've spoken to people at cbs, they said it's our call. it doesn't matter how ready he is. he can be as ready as he thinks he is, it's our call. >> he said -- >> he's bored and wants to start drinking. it's cbs' call to make. to a fun topic today, women, if you haven't noticed, maybe the men you spend time with have irina shayk cover model for "sports illustrat
and a half men." charlie sheen is at it again. another bizarre clip from another bizarre radio interview. >>> and he was taped shoving a player to the court during practice. will a college coach keep his job? we'll update you on the story next. my contacts are so annoying. i just want to rip 'em out. [ male announcer ] know the feeling? try acuvue® oasys brand contact lenses with hydraclear® plus for exceptional comfort. it feels like it disappeared on my eye. [ male announcer ] it's the #1 doctor-prescribed contact lens in the u.s. acuvue® oasys brand. >>> 22 minutes past the hour. new this morning, a firefighter let go over facebook postings. richard dougherty was with the fire department in massachusetts for 16 years. his superiors say he violated rules by posting messages that contained offensive language. the postings were taken out of context and they are planning to appeal his dmismissal. >>> the basketball coach filmed in an altercation, or appeared to be during practice. the kid ends up on the ground. this is donald connor, he has announced he will resign. he will not face ch
like charlie sheen or just out like lindsay lohan, we'll find out why the challenge to stay clean can be so difficult whether in the spotlight or not. dr. keith ablow will be here to explain. first we're going to find out more from ann curry at the news desk. >> thanks, al. good morning, everybody. in the news, today is the deadline that anti-government protesters imposed for egyptian president mubarak to step down. tens of thousands of protesters are holding their ground in and around cairo's tahrir square today and declared this, quote, the day of departure for the president of egypt. according to officials the obama administration is trying to get mubarak to step down immediately to be replaced by a transitional government. >>> the nation's unemployment rate dropped to 9% in january, down from 9.4 from the month before. that is the lowest level in nearly two years and is due to more than half a million people who were out of work finding jobs, according to the labor department. but the country only added 36,000 new jobs, a sign that job growth remains the economy's weakest spot. a
the maverick of situation comedy, charlie sheen. cbs has announced that they're going to shut down any more production on "two and a half men" this season. it seems like even the massive profits he makes for cbs on that series, which is the most successful sitcom on television, is something that is not worth pursuing in charlie's current condition. what do you make of the future of charlie and "two and a half men"? >> well, look, i cover politics, lawrence. let's look at it politically. number one, les moonves, who's the head of cbs, is an extremely shrewd and responsible guy who i am sure was just aghast at everything about charlie sheen's life. cbs, like all the networks, you know, are public institutions, and they have to take public sentiment into account at some point. and obviously cbs did. and also as they said in that statement it wasn't just his conduct but his comments. he's basically been rubbing everybody's nose in it for the last few weeks saying i had two minutes of rehab and he
celebrities in the news going into rehab like charlie sheen or just out like lindsay lohan why the challenge to stay clean is so difficult whether you're in the spotlight or not. >>> first, let's get a check of what's going on out there and dan curry is at the news desk with the morning news headlines. >> anti-government protesters have imposed for hosni mubarak to step down and tens of thousands of protesters are still holding their ground in and around tahrir square today. meanwhile, according to senior u.s. officials, the obama administration is in talks trying to get mubarak to step down immediately to be replaced by a transitional government. >>> new numbers out this morning show the nation's unemployment rate has dropped to 9% in january down from 9.4 from the month before. that is the lowest level in nearly two years and is due to more than 500,000 people who were out of work finding jobs, according to the labor departme department. but the country only added 36,000 new jobs, a sign that job growth remains the economy's weakest spot. >>> a senate committee has found that the fbi and t
, innovation. good morning, unequaled inspiration. >> ( heartbeats ) >>> charlie sheen doing rehab in the comfort of his mansion. that tops our look at entertainment news. brooke anderson, host of hln's "showbiz tonight," joins us live from l.a. brooke, what's the latest? >> well, suzanne, there are more disturbing reports about troubled star charlie sheen and the fallout for his show. tv's top-rated sitcom "two and a half men." production on that series was halted indefinitely late last week when charlie announced that he would be entering rehab. now it turns out, you said it, his rehab reportedly is not taking place in a traditional facility, but at his home in los angeles. his manager told people.com that sheen is relying instead on professionals who will help him in private saying, quote, charlie has put together a team that he trusts to help get him sober once and for all. a source familiar with cbs's schedule says cbs has ordered two additional episodes of its sitcom "rules of engagement" to help fill the programming gap left by "two and a half men." and charlie's manager say
the war on drugs for 40 years, that makes charlie sheen our most decorated veteran. do you realize that? >>> top of the hour, i'm suzanne malveaux, i want to get you up to speed. bahrain unleashed rubber bullets and tear gas on sleeping anti-government protesters. the government says three people are dead, some 200 wounded in the crackdown and protesters followed victims to the hospital. >> i'm here because -- because there are many people dead. >> pro testers erupted in anger chanting for the royal family to give up power. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is working the phones today, officials say they called the foreign minister with deep concerns and urged the police and military to stop attacks on peaceful demonstrators. >> and this clip posted on facebook shows libyans on the streets today for what they call a day of rage. human rights groups and libyan exile say 16 people have been killed by security forces and activists say libyan authorities texted them today warning them to stay home. >>> protest in yemen are escalating today. government supporters and opponents brawled i
by only two other people. can you name them? charlie sheen and the fountain lady. so congratulations, christine o'donnell. she's on the list tonight not for something she's done but for something she's considering not doing. she posted this on her facebook. i just got the official ask from "dancing with the stars." my official thought was to decline. however, eileen thinks i should do it. what do you think? i think it's ridiculous you're asking. of course you can be on "dancing with the stars." i don't know who eileen is, but listen to her. number one, everybody knows the requirements for being on "dancing with the stars" do not include being a good dancer. thank you, billy ray cyrus, you taught us that. number two, you don't even have to be a star. thank you, steve wozniak. she says she has two left feet. on that point, she can take a lesson from best in show. >> i can't dance, i can't dance. i got two left feet. >> i thought he was kidding. >> but i wasn't. i was born where two left feet, and they had a nickname for me. they used to call me loopy, because i would walk in little loo
write hot. >> that's what i do. >> the hilarious late night phone calls from charlie sheen. [ laughter ] >> bill: all right. the best selling issue of all time was the 1989 si. which featured whom on the cover? a and the answer is cathy ireland. our pal who makes furniture now or something. you got that right so it's a tie. >> sweet. >> so it is. >> bill: she lives on long island right now first swimsuit edition. >> cheryl teagues. >> christie brinkley. >> i knew that. >> bill: it's a tie. so both coleman sherman and ginger wood win all the prizes. sign up on bill o'reilly.com if you want a piece of that good job. >> thank you king of cable. >> bill: i'm glad "saturday night live" is watching. >> so am i. >> matthew perry bad mouthing me. that's a mistake. that is a mistake. right back with p and p. hey buddy, wattaya lookin' a-oooh. ♪ [ female announcer ] mini, meet berries. introducing new kellogg's frosted mini-wheats with a touch of fruit in the middle. helloooooo fruit in the middle. ♪ one for theoney, and a-two for the show ♪ i like it. i do too. ♪ even if i'm poor ♪ ai
for people signing up for those work from home programs. you'll want to hear about that. and charlie sheen delivers another radio rant. and we want to hear from you about it. what should cbs do about the star of "two and a half men." weight in on that. resulting starting at news4 at 4:00. >>> time for a final check on the forecast. >> a beautiful day under way. good morning. right now temperatures are climbing in to the 60s. it's feeling like springtime in february. there's the live camera from the jefferson memorial. look at culpepper all the way up to 70 degrees now. we'll have a few high clouds drifting over us for the afternoon. ought to hit near 70 again. then cooler weather for the weekend. as we get into next week, our next chance of precipitation maybe in the way of snow, remember snow? we may get some perhaps tuesday morning, but not much. ending by midday. cold. highs only in the 30s tuesday and wednesday. >> thank you, tom. and we did find somebody out there who wanted to come and congratulate his mom. your son jeff over from the hospital today. thank you for coming from walter
to get a job at charlie sheen's place to help him with his rehab. >> did you hear that? he's having rehab inside his own home. how is that rehab? the briefcases and the girls still coming in. that's not going to work out. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> dictators, bad. but i got to say, this one is a tough call. >> egypt has been unmistakably a major ally if not the major ally of the united states and the region. >> egypt is israel's most important strategic ally in the region. >> egypt controls a vital artery for the region's oil and the unrest could have a major impact on what you pay for gas. >> how about ten cents more a gallon. >> ten cents more a gallon? crush the revolution! cut off their thumbs! long live mubarak! >>> all right. top of the hour, 6:00 on the east coast. live look at times square. good morning, everyone. welcome to mj m"morning joe." it's tuesday, february 1st. with us on set, mike barnacle. and we also have pulitzer prize winning historian john meachem. hi, willie. we're going to get right to egypt, but there is a ruling out of florida which could put the healt
-866-645-4121 today. >>> charlie sheen is rehabbing at home. rehabbing at home. yes, we have videotape. let's check in. this is live. this is live. what's this? wait a minute. look at that. >> wow. >> welcome back to "morning joe." oh, goodness. 33 past the hour. >>> politico is reporting that mark kelly, the astronaut husband of congresswoman gabrielle giffords has decided to fly the space shuttle "endeavour's" final mission in april. kelly and nasa are expected to make an announcement yesterday. >> we have been praying for mark's wife, gabby giffords, for many days now. but i want gabby and mark and their entire family to know that we are with them for the long haul. and god is with them for the long haul. >> wow. las vegas police have arrested a man in connection with the brazen theft of $1.5 million in chips from the bellagio casino last year. the 29-year-old who's the son of a local judge was allegedly caught trying to sell the chips to the local cops. >> where was he hiding the chips? >>> an italian researcher claims he unraveled the mystery of who was the model for leonardo da vinci's mona lisa
'd give met title and they didn't. a lot to talk about until the news. we're going to veer from charlie sheen, since we have richard haass here, to libya. in libya, the situation keeps getting worse. what's going on? you go from cairo over to casablanca, north africa is under siege. >> actually, not really. >> come on, come on. i'm trying to wake people up. i don't have mika here. she's in the south of france with her family. just work with me. i'm going to do it again. hold on. let me do this, north africa, under siege, richard haass, what say you? >> good point, joe. egypt, let's see how that place out. it's a long process. there's all sorts of potential still there for this to work out. if it does work out, it's a quarter of the arab world and it will set a model that others will want to follow. libya, fundamentally different. there's almost no good outcome here. if the gadhafi outcome stays, you have this illegitimate government. if they do, you'll have a country where the central government doesn't run things. either way, let me make a prediction. >> yes. >> the united states will
who used to be the governor of utah will step down in april. charlie sheen's troubled past apparently not troubling to him. new reports say the actor is refusing now to go to rehab. charlie says he'll seek treatment at home instead. according to radar on-line, sheen told family members he doesn't have a problem. despite their desperate plea. just this morning, sources reveal sheen has wasted half a million dollars. >> in a week. >> for drugs and women over the past six months. >> oh. >> alone. >> not only, that he leaves his kids with a porn star. ok, can you babysit? now that i'm done with you. all right, meanwhile, a story that you need to know. all of our superheroes seem to be taking -- being taken over by the british. >> here the thing. we told you last week about how captain america, the new movie that's coming out, when it goes overseas, it's not going to be captain america. they'll take captain america off the title. get this, there are a number of -- a host, as brian referred to, of our superheroes who now will be played -- these are american superheroes who will be played b
class. >>> we understand enough is enough for the producer of charlie sheen's tv show "two and a half men." after his latest rant, they have cancelled the rest of the season. >>> we're following developments inside of libya. our senior international correspondent ben wedeman is joining us live from the libyan city of benghazi. thank you very much. obviously there are pockets of that country we cannot see and get access to because it is so closed off. what are you seeing where you are on the ground where it seems protesters have now taken over the streets? >> reporter: well, what we're seeing is that this is yet another day of these huge demonstrations here in benghazi, and despite the fact that it is very windy, very cold and very rainy, we're seeing more and more people coming into this area. this is essentially the group that runs the city at this point. it runs everything from garbage collection, and it is the heart of the city. what we're seeing here is that people are not only demonstrating against gadhafi. they're also expressing their solidarity with the people of tripoli, with
'll have danny baldwin who will be talking about charlie sheen and what's going on. >> brian: he wrestled with his own addictions. >> steve: and larry the cable guy. plus brook shields in the after the show show. log on now. bill: all right, here we go, with the battle over health care goes to the floor of the senate today, a vote to repeal the law expected today, republican senator mitch mcconnell leading that charge, as all 47 republicans are on board. will he get any democrats? we'll talk to the minority leader in a few moments about the vote today and where this battle ultimately goes next. >>> first, though, a massive blizzard, socking half the country. paralyzing the nation's heartland with ice and snow. you have 2 feet in oklahoma, 20 inches in chicago, 20 inches in st. louis, and it's not over yet. in fact far from it. good morning, everybody. i'm ibm hemmer -- hemmer. it's a good day to stay indoors. how you doing martha? martha: good to see you, good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. life for a lot of people is at a standstill now. you have 7000 flights that have been ca
's life. plus cbs news has to cancel "two and a half men" in the wake of charlie sheen's latest bizarre anantics. meantime it calls the tea party racist on another one of its shows. the ladies of the view seem to think donald rumsfeld should apologize for the iraq war. he wasn't having it. charles krauthammer says all hell will break loose this saudi arabia's government falls as protests get underway there. john bolton joins me live. see you at the top of the 1:00. gregg: a sawed yeah arabian college student in texas. he was plotting jihad a loan wolf well on his way to shedding blood. joining me is former federal prosecutor doug burns. he's not an american sit ten, but nevertheless the moment he set foot on american soil our u.s. constitution protects him. >> no question about it. we have cases and i've seen hundreds of them where illegal aliens who commit a crime on u.s. soil are subject to the federal court. gregg: you have to have a warrant, et cetera, et cetera. as long as they follow the rules this prosecution moves forward. >> absolutely. gregg: he's charged with attempted use of
for "the skinny." more drama from the charlie sheen fiasco. he gave an interview to dan patrick on his radio show saying the show put me on forced hiatus for me to go to rehab. we're not supposed to come back and fin, up a few more episodes until the very end of february but he says, i want to go back now because you never know when i could unravel again so put me back to work now. take a listen to what he said during the interview. >> they won't let you back in? >> i -- nobody told me. nobody told me. i just figure, i'm supposed to go back to work, because i'm ready. >> you're on hiatus. >> no, forced hiatus. they said, you get ready, we'll get ready. i got ready and went back and nobody's there. i don't know what to tell you, man. i'm ready. they're not. bring it. >> charlie says he's been in private rehab at his home. he is, quote, peeing clean these days. he says what led to all this drug use, he was very honest, he said boredom led to it. he told dan, an interesting quote, he says, stay away from the crack, dan, unless you can manage it socially. he thought he could manage it soci
was ordered to use psychological manipulation on u.s. lawmakers. >>> finally, charlie sheen, while he says he's tired of pretending he's not special -- what else he says in his latest rant. and go everywhere. to help revitalize a neighborhood in massachusetts, restore a historic landmark in harlem, fund a local business in chicago, expand green energy initiatives in seattle. because when you're giving, lending and investing in more communities across the country, more opportunities happen. hostcould switching to geico 15% or more on car insurance? man: no way! man: hey rick check this out! anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save 15% or more on car insurance. >> we are looking at live pictures now from our affiliate woio. this is out of cleveland, ohio, and you are seeing some of these houses that are under water. massive flooding. you see a basketball net there. looks like it is several feet high, and just amazing pictures that we are getting from our affiliate now of the kinds of flooding that is taking place in this particular neighborhood. you see that house that's to the right, looks like it'
have this thing where you can plead the sixth. the sixth is, i was high. [ laughter ] charlie sheen. >> gretchen: it's going to be a new -- >> plead the 6th. >> brian: the crazy thing is, i think you have a strong case for the 6th. she's a woman where the necklace was missing and then she turns up in every photo with the same necklace. >> steve: one of a kind. >> sounds like good old prescription meds to me. i don't remember what i do. it's like what happened? >> brian: but you had an injury? yeah. >> brian: of course, you're recovering. the they are thing she did was taming coat. it turned up on television the next day. >> i ain't going to let her in my house. >> gretchen: should she face jail time? >> they should give her hard time this time, at least a day and a half. [ laughter ] >> steve: all right. >> i mean, i don't think so. >> steve: we've been watching you and your family ever since the days of that hit show on fox. it was one of the first big shows called "in living color." >> i like the way you say "in living color." you sound like a fly girl dancer. >> steve: you want m
times more important than income. >>alisyn: a lesson for charlie sheen. >>guest: and is that where you are not allowed to chew gum. >>guest: and an american was can. for vandal im. >> and mexico, one of the happiest places in latin america, given mexico and the issues with smog and population density, why is it so happy? >>guest: it is a northern region of mexico, one of the rich of the and people are employed at a high rate but the big lesson people are religious world-wide are happier than people who are not. it doesn't matter if you are christian, muslim, or buddhist, 80 percent of people are very religious and the other big point, the happiest people in the word, socialize seven to eight hours a day and we in america do not do that but we do in mexico and that is not face book. >>alisyn: and in the u.s., the happy of the places? >> halfway between san francisco and los angeles, 250,000 people, and this demonstrates that happiness is up to a community. they decided in 1970, one thing that research shows most usually makes americans unhappy is a commute. take on a one hour commute yo
't drink, smoke, don't do drugs. i have k i don't have crazy, reckless sex with strangers. if charlie sheen outlives me, i'm going to be totally missed. >> i guess this guy is hilarious. he went on to say this is a serious, serious situation. we are trying to deal with it seriously. lightniening up the atmosphere little bit. >> dennis baso is a fashion guy. he had a fashion show yesterday. that's him. if i could hear him speak, i wish you could hear his voice. he sounds liar harvey firestein. >> with a cold. >> he changes the room when he walks in. >> he's bigger than life. he drives people crazy until they say, i'm done. super gram. >> you guys remember, this is the granny who witnessed an armed robbery in progress in england. and she broke out her handbag and went to town on them. >> she thought kids were beating up on kids. she didn't realize until she got over there -- >> where is she? >> she's going to be coming. ♪ coming 'round the mountain when she comes ♪ she's got only her handbag. >> a wallet and a newspaper. she was swinging it like it was full of lead. look at her. she says
don't do drugs. i don't have crazy, reckless sex with strangers. if charlie sheen outlives me, i'm going to be really pissed. >> i think that is -- i guess this guy is just hysterically funny. and i guess laughter -- he went on to then say, you know what, this is a serious, serious situation and we are trying to deal with it seriously, but we thought lightning it up a little bit -- >> i want to give a shout out to dennis basso. he is a fashion guy, okay? he had a fashion show yesterday, a designer. okay. that's him. if you could hear him speak, i wish you could hear his voice. he sounds like harvey firestein. >> with a cold. he's bigger than life, he's a lot of fun. >> he packed -- >> he was -- he drives people crazy until they say okay, i'll come. >> he loves you. >> all right. super graham. >> you guys remember, this is the granny who witnessed an armed robbery in progress in england and broke out her handbag and went to town on them. >> she says she thought kids were beating up on kids. she didn't realize until she got over there. >> where is she? where is she? >> she's going
. >>> okay. we've got to get to this next one. charlie sheen called into "the dan patrick "ra" radio show. he's fine. he doesn't know what the big problem is. he said he went back to work, started knocking on the studio doors because he wanted to shoot a few episodes. the problem is nobody was there. >> wow. >> how'd you lose your voice? >> well, you know, i went back to work and, yeah, i was banging on the stage door. hello? where is everybody? i don't know what happened. i guess they're closed. >> they won't let you back in? >> nobody told me. nobody told me. i just figured, you know, i was supposed to go back to work because i'm ready. >> well, you're on hiatus. >> no. they said you get ready, we'll get ready. i got ready, i went back. nobody is there. i'm here and i'm ready. they're not. bring it, you know? >> sounds very excited, doesn't he? >> he sounds like he's on his toes. >> workmanlike. >> he said, i heal really quickly but i also unravel pretty quickly so get me on right now, guys. i don't know where this train is going. >> it like when you show up saturday morning and knock on th
that charlie sheen could be back to work within two weeks. >> after his at-home rehab. >> right, this would be -- maybe it's a new project. you can rehab at home in two weeks. >> maybe he should join that celebrity rehab show. >> that would be great news for dr. drew. that's about it. i don't think there's enough cameras to cover his life. >> no kidding. more on that later. in the meantime, protesters are packing cairo's main square for a 15th straight and now we're starting to learn more about the people behind the protests. including an egyptian billionaire who has been lending his support. joining us right now from cairo with the very latest is leland, hello. >> good morning, steve. he is the richest guy in egypt and the only big businessman supporting protesters. just got done interviewing him a couple of hours ago. he's put his newspaper and television station behind these protesters and he's got a big warning for us even though he's lost billions in the whole protest because of economic downturns. he said there's no price for freedom but as one of the biggest protests gets started on
something legitimate in there. >> let's talk about charlie sheen. he called in to dan patrick's radio show, apparently. he had advice, for any actors who plan on showing up to their sitcoms without having slept. here's what he said. >> were you drunk on the set during the set? >> never been drunk, never been high on the set once. would show up not having slept much. i would ask to move my mark a little bit so i could be next to a piece of furniture or a table. so i wouldn't fall over. >> he's calling in to dan patrick every day, spilling the beans. >> how great is dan patrick? >> goes. >> he's a nice boy. >> love him. >> i met him years ago. >> a nice boy. >> he's a man, a grown man now. >> she knows everybody. >> let's get to rahm emanuel. there's a fake twitter account at mare emanuel. >> now i understand, all the "f" bombs i see. >> somebody has been tweeting as rahm emanuel but not rahm emanuel. here's an example. i just visited my hundredth mother, blanking stop. here's another one. i ate a blanked up chicken salad sandwich today and i've been dealing with my own personal mayoral runo
and the one who crawled out of a hole looking like charlie sheen after a three day party? [laughter] liberals could be less interested in democracy when it came to chasing out saddam hussein and starting democracy. [applause] so, it's really adorable seeing them get chocked up about democracy now. you know, if they want to get rid of overbearing out of touch spots, can we start with janet that poll dnaplitano? oh, yes, that's right. we inprovided and we found out he didn't have files of weapons of mass destruction. he had weapons of mass destruction, but liberals told us, well, he couldn't have had mass piles of weapons of mass destruction for five years, five long years. while, we invaded in march 2003, so by march 2008, israel would be gone and saddam would be in control of the entire middle east. thanks, liberals. [applause] now they are shocked and appalled to discover there's a dictator in the middle east. [laughter] mubarak supports u.s. policy, used his army to fight islamic terrorists, and he failed to recognize israel's right to exist, or as liberals call it, three strikes and your o
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